We love the countryside around Frieth. This walk offering a mix of undulating countryside and woodland makes it one of our favourites. There are lots of different tracks and footpaths to follow, this route shows just one of them and covers roughly 2.9 miles in distance.
Need to know
Distance: 2.9 miles although the route can be easily shortened or extended.
Parking: we parked on the road just outside the Prince Albert Pub in Little Frieth. The track for the walk starts here.
Buggy’s/Scooters: Not suitable on this route.
Pit stop: the Prince Albert pub is right there – although we haven’t actually tried it out ourselves we have spoken to them and they have confirmed they are open and welcoming of families. Let us know what you think!
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